Entertainment! Celebrities and their Plastic Surgery.

20 Jun

Megan Fox; before and after her many trips to the plastic surgeon. All images are copyrighted to their respected beholders.

Why do celebrities go so far when it comes to looking “perfect”? who defines what perfection is anyway? is it really the ‘fans’ that want their celebrities to look like porcelain dolls or comic book heroines? or maybe it’s the people behind the stars as well as those displaying them – forcing these ideas upon them?

Celebrities go so far, 12 surgeries on every part they possible can get done, constant upkeep … twenty somethings getting BOTOX for wrinkles?!!! then little girls grow up with little boys (and girls) calling then ‘fat’ or ‘ugly’ – when their only comparison are these celebrities? kids don’t know that these people are 1) photo retouched and 2) Medically morphed – SO OF COURSE they are going to make fun of 2lbs extra, glasses, eye color, hair, acne – you name it. Then we have a whole new generation with a HUGE COMPLEX; depression, suicides…you name it.

Here is a peek at what was considered a “perfect” beach body in the 60’s and what is considered perfect now:

        Marilyn Monroe – 1962                     Paris Hilton – 2011


What do you guys think? have some celebrities taken perfection way to far? who you do you think went over board?

 

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2 Responses to “Entertainment! Celebrities and their Plastic Surgery.”

  1. Errr? June 20, 2011 at 12:39 pm #

    unbelievable, the photo of Paris Hilton makes Marilyn Monroe look fat!

    • j.p. June 20, 2011 at 12:49 pm #

      Exactly my point… I wonder who was the first person to deem ‘curvy’ the new FAT!?

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